Nothing but Sea and Sky
In his celebrated poetry collection 'Leaves of Grass', Walt Whitman wrote 'From Montauk Point', where his contemplation led him to quote: 'Nothing, but sea and sky'.
At Montauk Point, also called The End, the world stops during winter. The sky is veiled in pale white and the breath of a blizzard sprinkles the beach with snowflakes. The rough sea gives the impression of a large cotton field in bloom.
'Nothing but Sea and Sky' is a tribute to Montauk under its coat of snow. It is a reassuring fragrance, a stole of white musks infused in sandalwood with milky notes.